A Hero For Claireby Carol Grace
While she recovers from heart-break and unemployment, she moves in with her sister Justine and takes a job walking dogs on the streets of San Francisco. There
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When Claire Parker, one of the Parker triplets, loses her glamour job at a San Francisco TV station she thinks nothing worse could happen. But it does. Her fiancé drops her for a gorgeous model.
While she recovers from heart-break and unemployment, she moves in with her sister Justine and takes a job walking dogs on the streets of San Francisco. There she runs into Joe, a tough Navy Seal who’s recovering from a helicopter crash in another country.
Joe knows better than to fall for a good-looking woman. He’s done it before and it didn’t work out. But what’s a Seal supposed to do if he’s on leave and can’t track down terrorists or blow up bad guys. When he meets Claire, he finds there’s plenty to do on crisp fall days in everybody’s favorite city by the Bay. Like wine-tasting, ballooning, hiking and falling in love. But Seals know ”The only easy day was yesterday.”
When Joe finally gets the call, he flies off to his next assignment. Fall turns to winter and the fog rolls in over the steep hills. Claire is trying to forget Joe who chose the Seals over her. It’s almost Christmas. He said holidays were for other people. But Joe realizes he’s one of the other people. When he walks in her door again he knows he’s there for good. Claire has her hero at last.
Watch for another wedding in Book Two when her sister Justine finds love on the romantic streets of San Francisco.
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A Navy Seal,on special assignment while recovering from serious injuries,meets a quirky and beautiful dog walker who is recovering from prior career and interpersonal failures. This romantic comedy is centered in San Francisco and inludes a romantic side trip to Napa vineyards. While the story line was good and included some strongly written scenes between enjoyable characters, I am not sure if this was the final edited version of the book or an earlier rough draft. It would be greatly improved after serious editing,because there were numerous mispellings or incorrect wordings, poor grammar and punctuation errors, and the story line was disjointed as if sections had been moved around by copy and paste edits without deleting the alternate text placements which resulted in excessive repetition of phrases. I highly recommend the book be edited and the plot tightened up.